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Andrea was born with an incurable autoimmune disease and, at the age of four, lost all her hair. Twenty years later, she met a janitor who prayed for her to be healed.
Israeli leaders have warned the U.S. that weapons smuggling in the Gaza Strip could destroy chances for a Middle East peace conference next month.
Iran still nags the U.S. almost 30 years following the hostage crisis that helped bring down a presidency.
What psychologists now realize is that these jam-packed schedules can silence play. This lack of play is stunting emotional, behavioral and even intellectual growth.
While Americans worry about the safety of Chinese products, in China, the ‘Made-in-USA’ label is enjoying widespread popularity.
Heather Sells investigates why churches across the country are finding more and more people in their congregations have tattoos. Also, Gordon Robertson discusses the biblical response.
Facing a financial crisis, the Shanklands never lost hope for a bright future. Discover how their secret can work for you.
When AIDS took both her parents, six-year-old Debra had to go to work. It wasn’t easy work. But your gifts to CBN have given this little girl a new start.
Shy and unable to speak easily because of his cleft lip, little Li Wen Che didn’t have much to laugh about until Operation Blessing made his dream come true.
Americans have become less likely to marry, especially in the African American community. But one woman has set out to turn the tide.
He was voted Cosmo magazine's '06 Bachelor of the Year. However, there's more to Matt Wood than meets the eye.
Thousands of Christians get baptized in the Jordan River every year. Most baptisms take place near the Sea of Galilee. But earlier this year, one group held a unique baptism service in a part of the Jordan River seldom seen.
While the number of drivers in Beijing continues to gain steam, the city’s traffic has slowed to a halt.
Asian stock markets rebounded strongly today on the heels of Friday's bounce-back on Wall Street. The upturn is partly due to easing concerns after the fed cut a key interest rate.
A young vibrant girl suffered pain in her shoulder and arm from a car accident until the Lord healed her. Now she is back to her energetic lifestyle of working out and hip-hop dancing.
Missionary Art Sanborn was paralyzed after a surfing accident broke his neck. He was told he would live the remainder of his days in a wheelchair. But Art had faith to believe he would walk again.
In an interview with CBN News, Chuck Colson, author of God and Government, says America's 40 million Christian voters will be a formidable force in the 2008 election.
This graffiti artist/break dancer talks about how she got into a bad relationship, got pregnant, and then found redemption in Jesus Christ and a new lease on life.